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THE EOCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3, 1913.
MOLINE?S SECTION OF THE ARGUS
... Day's-News Happenings in Rock Island's Sister City
WILL BE OF BEST
Contract for Tank at Water
town Insures Completion of
FOUND RIDING EN
1 tribe. At the business mting the
I members will ote - on corisoi!datlng
Uith Modoc, trite .No. 539 -of Silvis.
i Afterward there will be an oyster sup-;
I pr - and entertainment at which ad-1
! drefpe will bp delivered by Mayor i
I M. R. Carlson. Axel Kohler. L. M. Ma-1
: ri'l. Rev. R. S. Haney and Dr. R. C. J. j '
; Meyer. jo Fogiestrom will be toast-' Four Boy3 Take to Flight When;
ma?inr. m svea maie cnorus oas
be?n engaged to sinfe.
tion. Miss Wright is to preside over
the grammar section and Mr. Corbin
is to speak on "How Much and What
Manual Work Shall We Have in These
READY IN ABOUT A MONTH
Inatitution Represented at State Fair
by Fine Dispiay of Live Stock
TVhen the concrete storage. tank for
which a contract has Just been ' let
if complet-d . Watertown hospital will
have an entirely, new water system.
The tank, which will be located near
the carpenter shop. v. iii bp of loo.noo
rallons capacity Hnd will cost ?S.ioO.
The contract lias, ben let. so Super
intendent J. A. O.mpbell has been
notified by the state hna'd of control,
to the Schillinrer t'fr.:rurri'n com
pany of Chicago, one of several bid
ders for the Job. Huilding operations
will be started .oon. and the tank
should be read' for ue next month.
The new facili'ii-s should give the
hospitii the he -ptntiitji supply of
water. The raw - product from the
river will t.e pumped to the top of
ARE ALL FILLED
Mcl?ne High School Has Nine
Games Booked. Princeton
Being the Latest.
Ordered by Policeman to
!ALL MAKE THEIR
HAS BROKEN JAW
ESCAPE I Oscar Carlson Found Uncon
j scions in Alley and Cannot
Shcts Fired After Them Only Increase
Speed Car Owned by Daven
Princeton high school will be played
by the' Moline high school football elev
en Nov. 1. To make the congest possi
ble the date uith f"-i!r?b-irp has been
chanced from-the r to tho loth. -This
fills out the schedule ol the local elev
en, giving nin pvr."?. five of which
are. to he'played out of the city. . Five
tams have s1m been scheduled for
the second hi?li school team, as fol
lowa: CI. 1 Alexis at Alexis.
Oct- 25 Geneseo at Goneseo.
Nov. 1 Alexis at Mo'.ine.
Nov. 22. Onesco at Moline.
Tomorrow the Tipton high
i missed his electric automobile yester
day afternoon. He had left it stand
ing in the street while calling on
Beaten to unconsciousness with his
jaw bone broken and with blood flow-
ling from mouth, ears and nose,' Oscar!
ADD $5,000 MORE
TO THE AMOUNT
Money Pours in For Hospital.
Site After Active Canvass J
TOTAL RAISED TO $28,218';
Committ'e Which Had Charge of the
Work Winds Up It, Affairs at
All P rices in Plain Figures
; in the , alley between Sixteenth and
Seventeenth streets and near Second
a avenue late last night. He was taken
patient, and w hen he returned lor it, ' to me station ana aner several nours
it v. a3 Kor.e. The Moline police w era regained consciousness, but has so far
r.otifed and OfScer Ted Anderson, to- i been unable to tell w hat happened to
ther with other members "f tho ! him. He is now being cared for at the
: force, kept a sharp lookout for a stray j city hospital.
'electric loaded with boys. During the ; Carlson, who is about 3" years of
evening his vigilance was rewarded. ; ace- conducts a small truck patch in
iFowr youths about 16. years of age, i 'h - Highland addition, living alone,
i riding in an electric car. approached ! Wednesday he came downtown and
ihim at Fourter nth-and a-half rtrect took aboard more intoxicants than he
land Eighteenth, r.verue. The officer j was able to navigate with and was
ran out into the sTet ana neia upi",leu up m me ponce siauuu ur
hip hand c; a sicnal to stop. j night. In the morning he paid a small
The result was mazical. As though fine. leaving with $2.75 in his pocket.
.... . ' ti'1.A. i. i i i n i
jnnnes nan pudder.ly beon released iuuhu uv nau more man it-u,
ASKED TO COOPERATE
ne nui ana iner trenteti in a m-rnan-ifpar, ls rXpprtB(i to arrive in autos
itsl filter plant till as pure as it ra;ifor ,n pame iere in ,i,P afternoon, i
he-made. It U "likely thit the plant ; A ,,,,.3 Df the school rooters was
will prove art-role to mct the needs , held at noon today to prepare for the
of the institution for many years. vocal part 'of the contest.
fIM'l.l IT K1IH, i
Waterloo n hnninl has an attae
tive display at tie Ma'e fair at Kpring
fleld. which opened todiy. Frei Green,
assistant farm ' superintendent. ' i
there in cImtkb of it. It include the
prf- Hol.t'in liitil. (anary-Tft .N'Ue
kol. a t:umber of other catt'e, a lifter
of a dc wine, threo coops of poul
try and n variety of farm produ-e. It
will be shown in a special tent in com
petition with liv stock and products
from sta'r farms maintained at other
hospitals. This feature is a new one
at the fair and was arranged by the
sta'e board of control to show the
care that is taken to produce the bst
quality of food for inmates of the hos
pitals and to serve as an object lesson
in advanced agricultural methods fur
the communities in which the hospi
tals are located.
i under them the fouF occupants of the ' showing the robbery was not the mo-
vehicle jumped to the ground ind be- tivc lor the assault,
gan legging it in four different direc-1 The theory- of the police is that
lions as fast as they could travel. : Carlson again became intoxicated and
They did not even wait to step the ' remained in that condition till night,
machine. ! when he became involved in a quar-
Though confirmed in his suspicions I rcl and worst of the argument,
the officer naturally was surprised ' When he left the police station yes
at the commotion he had caused and'tprda" ne had a quart bottle of whis
before he recovered his wits Jie boys ' kft - w hich may have led to his sec
were beyond reach, while the ajtomo-iond fal1 from Srace.
bile was trying to climb the curb.
Has'.ily shutting off the power to, pre-
a wreck the policeman drew his
' Following up -his prev'ously on
, notmced pl-in F. K. Peterson, physical
secretary of the Molir.e V. M. C. A., is vent
: sending out letters to secretaries of j revolver and fired a shot -or two into j
the associations in R--ck Island. I'av-jthe air in the vain hopes of causing i
; enport.' Clinton and Muscatine asking the fugitives to coine to a halt. Each j
their views In forming a federation j report seemed only to let out another i
, atnong the five organi:ations for ihej notch in their speed and they were;
promotion of athletics. If the replies jail quickly out of sight. The machine '-,
are lavorablo a meeting will be called ; "a3 restored to the owner undamaged.
for organization. The federation would
; be copied-after others of like nature
formed in various parts of the country.
I where there are associations situated
so that they can coovenintly partici-
VISITING DAY IS
OFF THE CALENDAR
RED MEN TO ASSIST AT
A BOOSTER SESSION
. pat In common, in tcurniments. A
I leading object is to promote interest
iin athletics and to secure the partici-
pation of as many members as possi
ble in work of this sort.
LOCAL TEACHERS ARE
ON QUINCY PROGRAM
C. H. Maxson. superintendent of
Public Will No Longer Be Per
mitted to See Patients at
While active work in th raising of .
funds for the purchase of the Bar-;
nard tract as a site for the proposed '
Augustana hospital virtually closed
with the announcement yesterday that i
more than enough had been secured,
the committee canvassing the city
found when it assembled for its final
noon lunch today that $5.4lS.2o addi
tional had been secured, bringing the
total up to $28,218.25. The site will
cost $18,000, and whatever is collect
ed over this will be given to the
i It was announced, also, that not all
'the pledges have been received. Rev. i
A C T" . . m f -,n,,
I Swedish Lutheran church, and chair-
man of the hospital board, stated that
I he had undertaken an independent i
; canvass among members of his con
gregation and has secured $3,200, not
i listed with the other sums. He has
not completed his work. Mr. Berg
strom declared that Moline has shown
! greater support to this hospital than
any other city has ever given a Luth
eran institution. He proposed to see
that this loyalty is recognized in some
manner, probably by the establishing
of a Molir.e ward in the hospital.
Rev. S. M. Miller, pastor of Trinity
Lutheran church, also spoke, congrat
ulating the people on their unselfish
ness. Following are the total sums today
reported subscribed for the hospital
Manufacturers, A. G. Abra
ham $ 5.S10.00
Frginiiing the first of th month
public visiting ceased at Watertowu
H. P. Corbin, principal of the ' hotpita', as well fs at all other sim
manual arts department, and Miss '. liar institutions 'maintained liy the!
Anna Wright, principal of the Erics-' state. Instructions to this effect came I
son school, have been named to rep-; to Tr. .1. A. Campbell,
King riill p tribe. No
Men will open a campaign for mem
bers at thir hall on Sixteenth street
this evening. There will he a booster
session that Is hoped will give the
campaign an Impetus which will resul
in an increase in membership to eight
or nine hundred during the winter.
There are nov ,",00 belonging to the
Fcetball in East Moline. i
94. of Rpd i Thp B'ue Hlarcrs of Moline will'
play the East Molir.e Cre-centa at
Kr.st Moline next Sunday.. While the
Bhje Blazers. !. hich are making their
debut this srnson. were no mitch f-r
tl.e Olympics lat Sunday, it is be
lieved t h" t they have strengthened
sufficiently to g ve the Crescents
relatives aud near;
:ds of inmates will he received
annual meeting of the Military Tract ; ministrati
association to be held at Quincy Oct. i frit
it. li-iS. vhi:o Superintendent Max-; from now on, and they are requir?d tc
maj oe unaoie to attend, the otiier . cVscrve certain restrictions.
made its will knewn in the followiu
Retailers, C. I. Josophson ..
Banks, O. F. Anderson ..."
Secret societies, E. Johnson
Utilities, R. Hosford
j Doctors. T. E. Lundell
Woman's club. H. J. Grip . . .
King's Daughters, A. T. Fos
the new super- j v I- 'c!,,
;G. M. Committee, Xo. 1, P. S.
i McGlynn .."............'..
iG. M. Committee, Xo. 2, O. K.
two expert to be there, together with
a number cf other teachers. All three
delegates from here are on the pro
gram for Frid?.y afternoon, Oct. 17.
a Mr. Maxson is slated to discuss "Boy
Delinquency," in the intermediate sec-
i Mansur .....
The board, ni rm)tf r
G. M. Committee, No. 4, M. R..
Our pood friend Zeph could eat no fat, ? ji
His v.ifc could cat no Uzn, ; -i
But now th.fy lite on wnoco:nc bread '
Frcm Zephyr Flour so clean.
Eat the Prize Bread 'S&Zjy'
made of Nsg
' Bcheving that the public, visiting.
l ine sia!e nospuais uncer me jurisaic-; Woman's club,
tion cf the brard of administration is j ' Schult.-'.ie
! detrimf ntal to t'ne welfare cf th pa-i
itients: that pi'l lio v'sili:;g tntributes Total........!.
to the exploiting cf those ;nstitut:ons ;
by excursion managers and others, and i
that public visiting leids professional
'dignity and social service which these
I institutions fhsuH maintain: it is i
j therefore ordered by th? state hoard !
jrf administration that iubl'c visiting:
r.rys at the state hospitals be abolish-
i ed Oct. 1, 101?, a'ld that after said!
i I ffc'M?jl 1 Chance
H ivImBiir to
iiSSsksl W Co ok-
S i Oet
B V wraT&x
PLEASURE TO SHOW GOODS
220-24 W. Third Street
WOE ALIGHTS ON
procured intoxicants with the paltry j of Milan, F. J. Otis of Moline and
$5 he secured a: proceed; "So a war-I.lph Dart of Rock Island will take
rant vjs sworn out .for Ed, w.iio was lending parts.
held In $1,000 bonh in policp court fori " "
larceny. The' police recovered the
clothing. ! rtuiTrMDV Dirrrton it
j v "'i--i"(S i-,um.num "fii'i'iOU iuca Dig Uiutlier OI UDJCCbl ne complaining v.iiuehs ui-fiurce : y
ing visits to the state hospitals will be i
I "That relatives and immediate'
i friends of patieitg bp permitted .;o'
j vis't patients d'irin? reasonable hours j
in any manner consistent with the;
care of the patients and the or-!
jderly tenduct of the institution.
j "That Sunday visiting be permitted!
j to the relat'ves and immediate friends
. in tose institutions in which week ;
day visits can be made only at loss of'
of His Affections, Ditto
ttat thio is iiit'tht-firtft time- he' has I
suffered loss of property at tlic hands
E. E. Bell, 507 Twenty-second street,
is locked up at the police station try
ing to raise $25 by means of negotia
tions conducted by proxy with friends
on the outside to settle for a mashing
escapade last evening. AIfo he is
nursing a number of painful bruises
which disfigure his face, and reeret-
i ray or possible less of position. I ting the weakness which permitted
; "That it is advised that whenever it him to imbide from the flowing bowl to ,
's for the patient's advantage to fee ''which he ascribes his downfall. '
I relatives or friends, they bn permitted; Bell, while wandering around town'
ao :ee the pntieats in the wards or in j with three sheets or more in the wind
' the sitting room off the wards, where ' got his searchlight focused on a young
these r&rients live and under the s j lady who seemed to suit. lie approach
: L-sl conditions. a-.U without delay iu'ed and tried to begin conversation
,ord-r to dress patients afresh. If is! with her. but met with the chilly
, l e!i- ed that this po'icy carefully fol jtare. Not daunted he pressed
lowed out and Ptplained to both offl-jhis suit, when the young woman
; crr cf the 'nstifutinn and relatives j sought refuge in flight, eventually
lend friends cf pr.Monts will result in i winding up at her home. Fourteenth
,a steaditr service on the wards and i and one half street and Seventeenth
in greaMy incress! d renfidence on the 'avenue, with F.ell in close pursuit. As
i rart the public. I the young woman disappeared in the
"The managing r ff cers are directed j house her brother came out and by
' to not admit excursionists or crowds to j tbe time the latter was through w ith
1 the grounds of the institutions nor to . the masher the police w ere on
' the wards of the same. ' scene. This morning. Bll admitted he
Km i ii Mt: ii m i'mi inK.
Funeral services over the remains
ith Mae, 3-mo:iths-old daughter
and Mrs. George Hampshire.
514 First avenue, Si'.vis, were held at
SEES OVERTHROW OF TURK I.
I tUUU died Wednesday morning.
of his brother, his prior thefts having I .
amounted to $200. i'alicncf, he de-1 ;
.j.j ....j ... ...j . ' i.. .. ..i f Mr.
Speaker Frcm Asia Miner to Es Heard
at First Congregational.
7 Rev. A. H. Hagaxian, Ph. 1)., pres
ident of the .Apostolic college at Ko
nia, Asia Mfnor. will deliver an illus
trated ICcture at the. .First Congrcga
OH K.I f III !V II Fill K.
Omer BusKchere, ll-yt-ar-old ' son cf
Mr. and Mrs. Kene liiisschere, died at
":!.1 yesterday afternoon after au Ill-
t.rnal hnr.-il K.intlav ovonini. a- 7 Mt . ,:'-"X '""r U'' '"
He will tdi'.or miKsionary work in I h P-nt8. two sisters and
that coi.nt.ry nd wili- give fco.., first j brre brothers survive. The funeral
hand information as to the effect or"a hcl" fr,,m th,c "If: U1 S xth
the Balka-war. v, hich "l.o considers vr"i'-- , a" " ' lock ",orolns'
oprning wedsc in -he- orerthrow FatlK'r J' "' "p"'an offKiating. and
of Turkish domination of that region.
HAVE LODGE OF THEIR OWN
East Moline Macens Call Meeting to
East Moiii.e Masons meet tonight at : 1,,',1 tM faflernoon at 2:30 from the
tciy. East Moline.
' - U4CV
h 111 u.nr.vB.
The funeral of Arvid Aldene, ho
died Tuesday at Colorado Springs, was
Other visitors havjnc a profession-. haj erred, but appeared to consider
?J iaierest ia rhe hospital should be ; his intoxication a valid excuse.
admitted crlv at the discretion cf the!
Bread is a bin; part of your living. You cat more bread than any
other one thinjr. And it does more for you in building you up,
giving you health, strength and vigor than anything else you eat.
Win- not cat the best bread? Every meal, every day you sh'uld
Eat Zephyr Flour Bread
Zephyr Flour is. the flour for prize baking. Housewives make the
fine, big, nicely browned, light loaves with it that delight their hearts.
The bakers are using it.
Take Zeph' s Advice
Eat more Zephyr Flour Bread.
Bake Bread witn Zephyr Flour.
rtperintendent and thh to view such n llf M rn f nXlllO
;rest on their laurels
Odd Fellows' hail for ; the pnrpoxe of
taking fin-t steps toward -the organf:i-
I i:ig of a lodge. For some time they
tiie have desired to take thU action, but
the btlvis lodge bad not given its con-!
sont till recently, and under the, rules
of the order this was necessary. Con
sent has also been given by the lodges
of Moline and Colona.
OF HIS BROTHER
Mciine Patriarchs Militant Seek
! Honers at Convention.
j After winning prizes for to snc-; Ea Plonkett s Practices Result
i cessive years for the largest at;-ii ! in His Incarceration or
: ance of outside canton". Moline Pa-1
trlarc'.js Mili'ant. tr? ceatent, to resj
I on their laurels and few of them are j
planning to attend the true conven-
SAedi:-h Free Kvangelical church, ser-
vioii being conducted .by Key. Cor
nelius Andrewson. Interment wass
made in Hlverside cemetery. Tbe body
arrived in Moline yesterday, accom
panied by the bereaved mother, whs
v. as with tiie young man at his death,
i;efcid-s his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
Aldene, 1304 Twelfth avenue, he is
survived by thr'e brothers and one sis
ter, Oscar, Arthur, Clarence and Mary,
all of this city.
t.KOULK n. BKNMIV.
George H. "Benson died this morning
at 2:40 at his home. .1415 FiJ-fi ave
nue. iNfath was due to bronchial
trouble. He had been ill four years.
When another person makes a prar-
: ;n at Cantca. Oc:. 1 and 1. Will-ltice of 'taking your perfectly . good I
! ;am bun er, ce eeatj frcm tse local : cioining to a pawnbroker and invent-
j caaicn, III attend, and posibIy a few i ing the proceeds in whisky, one is apt
otners, but no encrt win De roaae o , kuk peevea, even n tiie party ; rn InJTY MPniPfil CnflPTY
r,t ,w lookini after ih. tnnnn.i , , - - . . ... w w i wn- gu w i s- i i
1 pens to be one's own brother.
J Copenhagen Prince Axel, second i This la th-i condition in which John'
sen of Prince Yaldemar. m ill be an ; piunkett. Irving at Fourth atreet and
j officer cf the cruirer Valkyrien when ; Fourth avenue, found himself today
I It sails far Cie Cured States to rep-; whea he m;ed his $38 suit and I':S
BATTLING BURGE GETS A
DRAW IN FIGHT AT PERU
j - Battling Buree of Moline earned a
I diaw in h's fight last night with. Pack
' ty Walsh of Joiiet at Peru. The lads
weighed in at lw; -pounds aid went
! ght rounds. Youn; E ers. also of
m.s cuy. stoppi onng r ttzeera'd irt; litceaaed was born in Sweden July
the second, thciirh oitweigh!etl 13! 4. 1S74. He came to this country in
pounds. Fitzgerald went in in r lace ; locating first in Wisconsin, where
ot Paddy Flynn, w-h was unahle to ap-: h lived until 1S9S, when he removed
I tar.' Burge and' Walsh will have a ! to Moline. For the la s' 15 yearn he
return fight at the satr. p'ace Ort. 2i. ; was employed by the Moline Plr.w-
(company, he wtn married 15 years
i ago to Mits Anna L. Fedstrom, wlic.
TO MEET. IN MOLINE NEXTisrnerm h"S5
. -Notices are ot for the next meeting (from the iiom; .it 2 o'clock Sunday ai-
or me kock island County Jled.cal o-1 ternoon with irervlce: half an hour
rei ent Penmark a: the cpeainj of the oTwcpat and later discovered that
ciety. which urill be heldat the' Man j- j later at the Swedish Lutheran church,
fa-turers' hotel Tussdar. Oct. 14. Dio- j Rev. Haney wiil hive charge of ilw,
ner wm De served at :3 and m the ; Korvices. Burial will be in Riversi ii
brother, Ed. had taken them aad J discussions following Dra. W. U Kddj i cctactcry. "